Adventures of a Sea Hunter: In Search of Famous Shipwrecks by James Delgado

By James Delgado

Prime archaeologist and consummate storyteller James Delgado takes readers on a rollicking deep-sea dive into his hugely strange life's paintings: finding and exploring the world's most famed shipwrecks.

Colorful characters, close to misses, and the joys of status — or floating — in history's footprints make for a hugely unique examine the interesting historical past and glittering bounty underneath the waves.

Included are debts of Pearl Harbor, the significant, and Bikini Atoll, website of the world's first nuclear assessments.

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Educating people on the environment, and promoting human rights. In 1972, UNESCO established its World Heritage Convention. With members from over 100 nations, this international body works to protect cultural and natural wonders throughout the world. These include significant monuments, archaeological sites, geological formations, and natural landscapes. Such treasures, the Convention believes, are part of a World Heritage that belongs to all people. Thus, their preservation is important to us all.

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Educating people on the environment, and promoting human rights. In 1972, UNESCO established its World Heritage Convention. With members from over 100 nations, this international body works to protect cultural and natural wonders throughout the world. These include significant monuments, archaeological sites, geological formations, and natural landscapes. Such treasures, the Convention believes, are part of a World Heritage that belongs to all people. Thus, their preservation is important to us all.

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